PERTH AMBOY VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATED 2010
High school diploma
Skills & Abilities
Clean room production experience
Electrical production experience
SAP ERP trained
Proficient in Excel, PowerPoint, Word
Language: Fluent in English and Spanish- read, write, and speak
MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN HORIBA SCIENTIFIC AUGUST 2019 -- FEBRUARY 2020
• Working in a snake like manufacturing environment to create high output and high quality spectrometers to be used in automotive and fume technology by assembling and testing optics and other components at their best capabilities.
• Prepared fixtures by cleaning with Methanol and Acetone using wipes to remove any particles or leftover glue from previous batches.
• Make sure all optics are scratch free as well as coinciding numbers to trace any potential bad batches.
• Print labels to track process of each batch completed as well as scanning into system to assure engineers could monitor any steps missed.
• Apply epoxy to optics after mounting and using guides place a button on each optic while applying pressure and making sure it is centered and touching shim placed on top of optic.
• Place in oven for amount of days necessary then removing and taking shim off before placing in oven again for final baking cycle.
• After final bake, using epoxy place optic into metal mask to avoid damages to the face of the optic and leaving to dry before performing test to categorize each optic as good, acceptable, or reject.
• Assign optics to work order using engineer provided program and passing along for next step to use.
• Using optics assembled before, attempt to align 3 different optics into a housing by placing a laser in an opening and trying to reflect the laser onto a certain number on a scale to provide maximum strength as well as best location for continuous use of each spectrometer.
• Once perfect match was determined, units would go to final alignment where new software was introduced to confirm matches, any issues would require troubleshooting as well as reworking units.
• Worked with small parts, as well as lifting over 40 pounds of units and housings.
• Inventory every quarter as well as constant accounting for parts used and parts necessary.
MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN BURPEE MEDSYSTEMS AUGUST 2019 -- SEPTEMBER 2019
• Prep work orders by verifying counts and type of item being worked on.
• Apply paste to units and mount on mandrel to be used on a rotary machine.
• Use mandrels to remove excess metal from stents by applying pressure with a foam pad.
• After target weight is acquired wash units in a wringer with distilled water and isopropyl and dry units in an oven.
• Send units to be expanded in another room, once units come back they get weighed again and put on a bigger mandrel in a sanding machine.
• Once target weight is reached units are washed and dried again and sent to the next step in manufacturing procedure.
• Used excel after each step to document weight and separate failures as well as under worked units.
PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN TRUMPF PHOTONICS JULY 2018 – MAY 2019
Inspect and test materials to prepare them for production by using a microscope and an electric testing machine.
Pre-Apply modules using Norland glue.
Create orders through SAP ERP for my side of the clean room.
Run FiconTec calibration programs using Golden Module and change glue syringe to prepare machines for production.
Load modules for production and monitor 6 total FiconTec for error messages, lens replacement, cleaning of syringe as well as loading new modules to meet production needs.
Inspect modules for missing glue and optics to allow engineers to add glue.
Re-lens modules as needed using computers while making sure no crashes or damages occurred.
Using SAP ERP confirm each step done to the module and move the order along until it reaches the next step in production.
Keep track of modules built, update database with information necessary for engineers, keep a time study using Excel to inform upper management of trends and ongoing issues with the FiconTec.
Partial training in Prism attachment as well as Fiber Splicing and coupling.
Very proficient in FiconTec and SAP ERP softwares.
ASSISTANT MANAGER FOOT LOCKER JUNE 2010 – JANUARY 2016 SEPTEMBER 2017 – JULY 2018
Assist the Store Manager to lead a team of sales associates to reach daily, monthly, and yearly goals.
Learn everyday operational excellence in the areas of sales, paperwork, stock management, schedule making, and visuals for high volume stores.
Maintain a high sales book to show ability to drive sales.
Train part time associates and prepare them for future management positions.
STORE MANAGER FOOT LOCKER JANUARY 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2017
Leading a team of Sales Associates to achieve sales goals while maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction.
Maintain a clean sales floor area to drive traffic into the store front.
Train Assistant Managers and full-time associates to become Store Managers.
Meet daily, weekly, and yearly goals set forth by District Managers.
Maintain great floor awareness to limit external shrink on the sales floor.